Lazarus may refer to:

  • Lazarus (name), a surname and given name (and a list of people with this name)

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Other articles related to "lazarus":

Lisa Lazarus - Biography
... Lazarus was born in Llanelli, Wales in 1987, the daughter of psychic journalist Diane Lazarus ... Lazarus attended the University of Hertfordshire where she studied her degree in Diagnostic Radiography ... Lazarus is rumoured to have dated Catalan footballer Gerard Piqué during his time playing for Manchester United ...
Sylvain Lazarus
... Sylvain Lazarus (born 1943) is a French sociologist, anthropologist and political theorist ... Lazarus is a Professor at the Paris 8 University ...
Sylvain Lazarus - Further Reading
... Here, Badiou discusses the ongoing importance for him of Lazarus's work and political interventions ... The index points to other references to Lazarus in this volume ... of Emancipation An Introduction to the work of Sylvain Lazarus, 2009 ...
Lazarus - Other Uses
... Lazarus (IDE), an integrated development environment for Free Pascal Lazarus (department store), a defunct department store chain now branded as Macy's Ultima V Lazarus, a 2005 fan remake of the RPG Ultima V using ...
Serbian Traditions - Christian - Lazareva Subota
... Vrbica or Lazareva Subota (Lazarus Saturday) is a Serbian Orthodox tradition that has origins in the Eastern Christian feast of Lazarus Saturday ... The feast celebrates the resurrection of Lazarus of Bethany, the narrative of which is found in the New Testament Gospel of John (John 111-45) ...

Famous quotes containing the word lazarus:

    ‘Thou art none of mine, brother Lazarus,
    That lies begging at my gate.
    No meat, no drink, will I give thee,
    For Jesus Christ his sake.’
    —Unknown. Dives and Lazarus (l. 13–16)

    Still on Israel’s head forlorn,
    Every nation heaps its scorn.
    —Emma Lazarus (1849–1887)

    They won’t come to learn, only to stare. I’ll be a freak in a sideshow: Lazarus the Second! Fifty cents to look, a dollar to touch.
    Karl Brown (1897–1990)